Beyond Cape Horn: travels in the Antarctic
This book presents Charles Neider's fascinating narrative of his third trip beyond Cape Horn to Antarctica -- the last wild place on earth. In addition to discussing the earlier Antarctic history of exploration, shipboard life in rough seas, psychological rigors of living in a remote land, and the awesome landscape are conveyed with a novelist's touch.
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McMurdo Station and Environs
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